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CB Pan Chicken Championship Finals set for tomorrow

Published:Saturday | November 22, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Admission is free. Carlton Jobson, parish winner from Clarendon, was also the Grace Tomato Ketchup 'Grace Ketch di Taste' Sauce Competition winner for the central region. He is shown collecting the winning prize from Rachael Browne, Grace foods and services brand manager, in November.
Reggae artiste Sizzla

The 2014 CB Pan Chicken Championship will bring its ninth competition season to a close tomorrow with an electrifying event featuring non-stop activities for everyone who comes out.

By the time the coal cools, one pan chicken vendor would have won more than one million dollars in cash and prizes, plus the title of being 2014 CB Pan Chicken Champion.

In July, CB Chicken began its annual, islandwide search for Jamaica's best CB Pan Chicken chef. Three regional eliminations and five months later, 26 men and women are on the verge of proving, with finality, who has the tastiest pan chicken in Jamaica. In doing so, contestants will face off tomorrow in a one-hour cooking competition, which requires a garnished, plated presentation of pan chicken and a staple for judging, plus a signature sauce.

While they await the grand announcement, attendees will have the opportunity to sample pan chicken and other delectable offerings from National Bakery, Grace Foods, Copperwood Pork, Bad Dawg Sausages, Spur Tree Jerk Seasoning, Pepsi and Red Stripe.

An event for the entire family, children can enjoy free rides all day at the National Kiddies Village as well as play therapy sessions with the Child Development Agency, and learn more about Junior Achievement Jamaica. Later in the evening, the big stage will come alive with top-class entertainment by Sizzla, Konshens and Kevin Downswell, with Ms Kitty and Pretty Boy Floyd taking up emcee duties.